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Will 2018 Be Remembered?

Will 2018 Be Remembered?

Story by: Jordyn Attaway, Staff writer

December 20, 2018

The Panther's  Paw News has had plenty of articles the past few months, but 2018 is coming to a close. And Panther's Paw News wants to recap all 2018 before 2019 arrives. When reflecting on 2018, there are many important events  that happened in Spring Hill that will definitely make 2018 a year t...

Schedule Swap

Schedule Swap

Story by: Mikayla Morris, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018

   Need something new for 2019? Maybe it should start with a new schedule. That is, if you have a good reason to switch over. If you are planning to switch, then you must get in contact with your school’s counselor. Changes must be backed by a parent or guardian, and will not be honored simply beca...

Challenges and Changes for 2019

Challenges and Changes for 2019

Story by: Laura Rowe, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018

December, a whole month dedicated to celebrating and getting ready to start a whole new year. 2018 has been a year of ups and downs, and around this time people are starting to make their resolution lists for 2019.  A New Year's Resolution is a tradition, most common in the Western Hemisphere, but ...

Panther’s Resolutions

Panther’s Resolutions

Story by: Kirstin Saha, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018

New Year’s Resolutions. Everyone makes them and most try to follow through with them, but about eighty-eight percent fail to succeed. However, depending on the person, some achieve their goals. New Year’s Resolutions originated back in the Medieval Era when knights took the “peacock vow” at th...

Positive Changes

Positive Changes

Story by: Gracie Sist, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018

The new year’s holiday is a great time to sit back and reflect on what you want to accomplish in this upcoming year, and what you’ll need to do to make that happen. A New Year's resolution is a promise that a person makes for them self in the new year. Regardless of what resolution you commit to, ...

It Takes Heart to Volunteer

It Takes Heart to Volunteer

Story by: Sofia Villarreal, Staff writer

December 20, 2018

The school is full of volunteers and workers who are always here to help and support students and faculty, but someone that really stands out are the Harvey couple aka “The peppermint people”. The Harvey's are always standing by The Spill and handing out peppermints during second period, they ar...

Panthers Prepare for 2019

Panthers Prepare for 2019

Story by: Dylan Murdick, Sports Editor

December 20, 2018

Another year has come to an end. 2018 was filled with great ups and bad lows. 2018 will be a year to never forget for some people. However, it’s time to take that first step into the new year. It’s time to resolve the issues of 2018, and look forward to 2019! I have interviewed, students Ashton Thomas a...

Senior Citizens Luncheon a Success

Senior Citizens Luncheon a Success

Story by: Laney Driggers, Yearbook Editor

December 19, 2018

For the past 37 years Spring Hill has orchestrated a special lunch to show appreciation for the elders in the community. Since 1981, and every year since, senior citizens have come to visit the High School and enjoy a free meal and ceremony organized by the Leaders' Core program. The luncheon took plac...

Big Dreams for One Act Play

Big Dreams for One Act Play

Story by: Julya Socoteanu, Yearbook Editor

December 19, 2018

No one walks away without their perspective on life changed forever- Jacob Donahue,9.

Spring Hill Seniors Take a Major Step Toward Their Future

Spring Hill Seniors Take a Major Step Toward Their Future

Story by: Alex Caron, Staff Writer

December 19, 2018

The Spring Hill Athletic Department and the school district as a whole have recently had the honor of seeing two of their high school athletes go on to sign at the collegiate level. Olyvia Dowell signed to play soccer at Oklahoma State University November 14th and shortly after, on November 27th, Tyler ...

December Panther of the Month- Mason Hancock

December Panther of the Month- Mason Hancock

Story by: Abigail Wallace, Staff Writer

December 18, 2018

“Turn your work in on time, and overall be a good student.” - Mason Hancock

Online Learning

Story by: Chris Woodson, Newspaper Editor

November 26, 2018

Online learning has had a massive revolution within the last 5 years. This generation has grown to replace the chalkboard with a smart board, paper with computers, and even grades are entered on computers now. Obviously this trend towards online learning will continue as technology continues to adva...

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